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To provide scientific information, tools, and techniques to anticipate, monitor, and adapt to climate change.

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NE CSC Science Coordinator Discusses Climate Impacts on Ecological Systems in the Northeast

WED, APRIL 23, 2014, 10:03 AM EST

Michelle Staudinger, NE CSC Science Coordinator, will give a talk at the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife "Brown Bag Lecture Series" on May 6th on "Climate Impacts on Ecological Systems in the Northeastern United States". Read More >


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NE CSC Director Discusses Climate Change Impacts with NH Senator Shaheen

MON, APRIL 21, 2014, 11:10 AM EST

Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 22, 2014, Mary Ratnaswamy, Northeast Climate Science Center Director, will participate in a roundtable discussion with New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen to discuss climate change and its impacts on the state. Read More >


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NE CSC Consortium Institution Receives Innovations in Climate Education Tribal Award

THU, APRIL 17, 2014, 12:40 PM EST

The College of Menominee Nation, a member of the NE CSC Consortium, has been awarded a 2014 Innovations in Climate Education Tribal Award from NASA to enhance learning through the use of NASA's Earth science resources. Read More >


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Upcoming Webinar: "Extreme Climate Events and Species Population Dynamics: Overriding Influence or Not Such a Big Deal?" (April 23)

THU, APRIL 10, 2014, 05:15 PM EST

Join the NE CSC on April 23, 2014 for a presentation by Keith Nislow about population responses to extreme events. Keith will use case studies in his talk from natural populations in the northeastern region of the U.S. Read More >